In the U.K., a government report shows fertility has declined slightly to 7.7 children per woman in 2021.
That’s below the 6.9 children per family seen in 2017.
However, the number of children per wife has increased to 6.2 from 6.1.
The rate of pregnancies for both women and couples is rising.
And the number is expected to keep rising.
But a decline in fertility means that the number born will be smaller.
In 2021, the U,S.
and Canada were all above the replacement level.
The U.N. estimates that it will take 6.8 million fewer children to replace the number who died in 2021 than in 2020.
The number of births to people under 45 is forecast to decline to 2.3 million in 2021 from 2.4 million in 2020, according to the report.
The fertility rate for women in the U., U.P. and Switzerland is forecast at 3.2 births per woman from 4.2 in 2020 and 5.4 in 2020 in the OECD.
But that’s still higher than the replacement rate of 2.6 children per couple, the report said.
The birth rate for the population aged 15 to 24 is also forecast to increase to about 3.5 births per couple from 3.4 per couple in 2020 or 3.6 in 2020 for the U and U. P. The government’s fertility forecast for 2021 is about 1.5 children per person from 2, the highest number since the mid-1960s.
The United States has the lowest fertility rate, at 1.6.
The report said that the U.-Mexico border, which was closed last year, was the only area of the world where the population could be expected to increase more than 3 percent in 2021, even though there were 2.7 million fewer people.
The population of the U-M population is projected to grow to 6 million in 2025 from 5.7 in 2025, but the country’s population of Mexicans is expected shrink by about 7 million, the population forecast shows.
That would be the third-lowest number of people in Mexico’s history.
The census shows that in 2021 the population of Mexico will be around 7.4 percent of the nation’s total population, down from 8.6 percent in 2020 but still well above the OECD average of 8.2 percent.
But the government says it expects a further decline in the population, from 8 percent in 2025 to 7 percent in 2030.
Mexico has had an aging population and is also facing severe environmental problems, including pollution from mining and agriculture, a new report from the World Bank said.
That will lead to more births and fewer deaths in 2021 and 2024.
The World Bank’s annual Country Report on the Future of Development estimates that the country will experience a 10 percent increase in population between 2021 and 2025.
That means Mexico will have a population of 8 million people by 2025.